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Niagara River Greenway Runs Off Course – Spills Funding Far From River’s Bank

(Buffalo, NY) A local non-profit organization called Partnership for the Public Good critiques how a government-sponsored entity, the Niagara River Greenway Commission, is approving projects. Interpreting its mandate to promote green space along the river very broadly, the commission is currently approving projects as far away from the Niagara River as Wilson, Newfane, and Lockport … Continue reading

Manufacture in WNY for the Future

(Buffalo, NY) The Alliance for American Manufacturing (AAM) and the United Steelworkers cosponsored a town-hall meeting on the evening of April 8, 2013 at Asbury Hall in the converted church on Delaware Avenue known as “Babeville”. Labor unions, manufacturers, government, education, and a policy research institute all were represented, some taking part in panel discussions. … Continue reading

On the Waterfront

(Buffalo, NY) There’s just no avoiding this topic here: the decaying steel and concrete structures on the waterfront that blot out our city’s potential beauty. With great and famous architecture, and a wonderfully planned park system throughout, Buffalo should be a brightly shining jewel on the Great Lakes… if only there wasn’t that mess on … Continue reading

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